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Suicide Incorporated Who's Who

MIKE DISALVO (Officer) was last seen on stage in Roundabout's National Tour of Twelve Angry Men. He recently appeared in the films The Adjustment Bureau, and Love & Other Drugs. Television credits include "Blue Bloods," "Rubicon," and "All My Children." He has performed regionally at Human Race Theatre, Ensemble Theatre, and the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Favorites include This Is Our Youth, Tape, The Credeaux Canvas, and The Cripple of Inishmaan.
 
 
 
 
GABRIEL EBERT (Jason). Broadway: Roundabout's Brief Encounter (Stanley), Red (Understudy). Off Broadway: 4000 Miles (Leo), The Sacrifices (Justin). Regional: Prometheus Bound (A.R.T.). Juilliard School (Group 38).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COREY HAWKINS (Perry) is a recent graduate of The Juilliard Drama program. At Juilliard, Corey was the recipient of the 2010 John Houseman Prize which is granted to one Juilliard student that has demonstrated exceptional ability in classical theater. Corey recently wrapped the independent feature Recalled in which he stars opposite Pablo Schreiber and Lil Bow Wow and was most recently seen in New York Stage & Film's production of Piece of My Heart which was part of the 2011 Powerhouse Season.
 
 
 
JAMES McMENAMIN (Norm). Most recent Jerry in Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Arena Stage.). Off-Broadway: Middletown (Vineyard Theatre); Our Town (Barrow St.); BFE (Playwrights Horizons); The Naked Angels Issues Project and Mag-7 (Naked Angels). Regional: Prayer for My Enemy (Intiman/Long Wharf); Loves Labor's Lost, The Sisters Rosensweig (Huntington); BFE (Long Wharf); Chekhov Cycle, Three Penny Opera (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Cobb, The Rose Tattoo (Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble) TV: "I Just Want My Pants Back," "Law & Order: SVU," "Law & Order," "Guiding Light."
 
 
TOBY LEONARD MOORE (Scott) makes his American Theater debut with Suicide Incorporated. A graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, Australia, his Australian debut was in Luke Davies' Stag with Sydney Theatre Company. Other STC credits include Dead Caesar and Saturn's Return. Shortly after his debut, he played the role of Leonardo in Neil Armfield's production of Lope De Vega's Periban├ęz for Company B. TV credits include "The Pacific", "Dollhouse", "Underbelly", "Legend Of The Seeker" and "Blue Bloods". For Michelle.
 
 
 
JAKE O'CONNOR (Tommy). Off-Broadway: Kyle in The Dream of the Burning Boy at the Roundabout Underground. Randolph in Wildflower at Second Stage. Regional Theater: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Pride and Prejudice, Measure for Measure, The Tempest and The Comedy of Errors with the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey. Television: "Gossip Girl", "Fringe", "Rescue Me", "The Big C", "Lights Out", and "Body of Proof". Film: Margaret and Return to Sleepaway Camp.


 

 

ANDREW HINDERAKER (Playwright) Suicide, Incorporated, was developed at the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference and premiered at Chicago's Gift Theatre in June 2010 to critical acclaim. The production enjoyed a twice-extended sold-out run and was nominated for multiple Jeff Awards, including Best New Work. Hinderaker's follow-up, Kingsville, premiered at Chicago's Stage Left Theatre in October 2010. It was featured in American Theater Magazine, and was a finalist for the Woodward/Newman Drama Award. Hinderaker's plays have been developed and produced at such theatre companies as the Araca Group, Steppenwolf, Victory Gardens, American Theater Company, the side project, and Chicago Dramatists, where he is a Resident Playwright. Additional recognitions for Hinderaker's work include a nomination for the 2010 Otis Guernsey New Voices in American Playwriting Award, and Finalist/Semi-Finalist status for the Princess Grace Award, the Heideman Award, and the Austin Film Festival. He holds two degrees from Stanford University, and is currently pursuing his M.F.A in Playwriting at the University of Texas at Austin. www.andrewsplays.com

 

JONATHAN BERRY (Director) has been named one of the top 5 directors to watch in Chicago by Chris Jones at the Chicago Tribune. He previously directed the world premiere of Andrew Hinderaker's Suicide, Incorporated at the Gift Theatre in 2010 (Chicago Tribune, 4 stars), as well as in a staged reading for Steppenwolf's First Look Festival of New Work. His production of David Eldridge's Festen is currently running in extension at the Steep Theatre (Chicago Tribune, 4 Stars). As a Griffin Company artistic associate, productions include: The North American premieres of Simon Stephens' Port, and On the Shore of the Wide World, Stephen Sondheim's Company, William Inge's Picnic, JB Priestely's Time and the Conways (Jeff nom – director/ensemble), among others. Other productions include: Nancy Gilsenan's adaptation of A Separate Peace, and the world premiere of Melinda Lopez's Gary (Steppenwolf); Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Chicago Sun Times and Chicago Tribune Top 10 lists for '06-'07), and the mid-west premiere of Howard Korder's The Hollow Lands (Steep Theatre); as well as work at Remy Bumppo, Theatre Mir, Lifeline Theater. Upcoming projects include Naomi Wallace's Trestle at Pope Lick Creek for Eclipse, and Duncan Sheik/ Steven Sater's Tony-winning musical Spring Awakening for The Griffin. Mr. Berry has taught acting, directing, and viewpoints at Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Act One Studios and The School at Steppenwolf. He received a BFA in theater performance from the University of Michigan, and pursued his MFA in directing from Northwestern University under the tutelage of Anna D. Shapiro.

 

The Suicide, Incorporated creative team includes includes Daniel Zimmerman (Sets), Jessica Wegener Shay (Costumes), Zach Blane (Lights), Chad Raines (Sound).

Roundabout Underground is also supported, in part, by funds fromthe City of New York Theater Subdistrict Council, LDC and the City of New York.